Bernard has discovered that his wife, Jacqueline, is having an affair with Robert. Being a reasonable man, Bernard gives Robert two options to compensate for the affair: either he will sleep with Robert’s wife, Juliette, in order to keep things even, or he will have him killed.
Needless to say, Robert would prefer not to die and agrees to an evening meal at Bernard and Jacqueline’s home with both couples present – much to the frustration of their overworked and underpaid maid, Marie-Louise. What will Jacqueline’s reaction be to her lover arriving for dinner with his wife? Will Bernard achieve revenge and sleep with Juliette? Indeed, is it really Juliette who accompanies Robert to dinner? As the evening progresses the situation becomes more hilarious and confusing.
Ding Dong was written by Marc Camoletti, the same person who wrote “Boeing, Boeing“, recently preformed at The Queen’s Theatre
Prices: £7 for Adults, £5.50 for Concessions and £3.50 for Children (under 16). As usual, Senior Citizens are admitted free to the Thursday evening show.
Tickets will be available on the door or may be booked in advance via the Box Office (text or phone) 07708 214742 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Performances: are at 8.00pm on Thursday, 14th, Friday, 15th and Saturday, 16th May 2015.
Location: Wesley Hall, Upminster Methodist Church, Hall Lane, Upminster, Essex. RM14 1AE.